Battle lines are forming over Proposition 17-4, the Kennewick Public Facilities District’s request to voters to raise the sales tax to fund improvements at the Three Rivers Convention complex. Kennewick City Councilman John Trumbo and Bill McKay, a candidate for an open seat on the council, are members of the opposition committee that says it is not an appropriate use of public resources.
Battle lines are forming over Proposition 17-4, the Kennewick Public Facilities District’s request to voters to raise the sales tax to fund improvements at the Three Rivers Convention complex. Kennewick City Councilman John Trumbo and Bill McKay, a candidate for an open seat on the council, are members of the opposition committee that says it is not an appropriate use of public resources. File Tri-City Herald
Battle lines are forming over Proposition 17-4, the Kennewick Public Facilities District’s request to voters to raise the sales tax to fund improvements at the Three Rivers Convention complex. Kennewick City Councilman John Trumbo and Bill McKay, a candidate for an open seat on the council, are members of the opposition committee that says it is not an appropriate use of public resources. File Tri-City Herald

Missing Link? Battle lines drawn over controversial Kennewick project

September 09, 2017 03:15 PM

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